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Frank James, the suspect in the mass shooting that occurred on a crowded subway

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Frank James, the suspect in the mass shooting that occurred on a crowded subway

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Frank James, the suspect in the mass shooting that occurred on a crowded subway train in Brooklyn, was ordered held without bail by a federal judge on Thursday, a day after his arrest in Manhattan.⁠

In his initial appearance in Brooklyn Federal Court, James, 62, was arraigned on charges that include conducting “terrorist attacks or other violence against a mass transportation system.” If convicted, he faces up to life in prison.⁠

Prosecutors told U.S. Magistrate Judge Roanne L. Mann that James posed a “serious risk of danger to the community” and that⁠

James’s defense team waived his right to a preliminary hearing, and Mann ordered him held without bail.⁠

James was arrested without incident Wednesday after calling a police tip line to tell authorities he was at a McDonald’s in New York’s East Village neighborhood. When police arrived, James was not there. Francisco Puebla, a hardware store manager, said he spotted James walking a few blocks away, flagged down a patrol car, and James was taken into custody.⁠

Read more at the link in our bio.⁠

✍️: Yahoo News⁠
📸: AP

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